Blues Traveler Live at Polaris Amphitheater on 1994-07-17
Polaris Amphitheater, Columbus, OH
Source: AUD FOB > DAT @ 48kHz (see notes)
Conversion: DA-20 MK II > Audiophile 2496 > CD Wave > Sound Forge > flac16
DAT provided by: Kevin Robbins
Converted by: Mark Domyancich (email@example.com)
CD 1: [41:19.12]
1. Thundercloud Indian Chant* > [01:28.06]
2. Whoops [11:54.17]
3. Love & Greed [04:50.36]
4. Trust In Trust [03:32.68]
5. Mountain Cry [13:42.07]
6. Just Wait [05:51.28]
CD 2: [61:34.42]
1. Alone [14:07.17]
2. But Anyway [07:31.69]
3. Crystal Flame*@ [17:28.72]
4. Optimistic Thought [04:13.73]
5. Low Rider > [03:45.13]
6. Go Outside & Drive [14:27.23]
*with Thundercloud Indian singers
@with Warren Haynes on guitar
-Flaws removed on d2t02 at 02:45.34, 03:01.35 and 03:01.37. Existing flaws on
d2t02 from 02:47.29-02:47.43 (very subtle popping in left channel).
-Beginning and end of set fades existed already on the DAT.
-Rig may be Beyer 101's (spaced omni's) > DAT from the 17th row.
-Resampled to 44.1kHz at highest quality setting in Sound Forge.
Collection BluesTravelerBand/Artist Blues TravelerVenue Polaris AmphitheaterLocation Columbus, OHSource AUD FOB > DAT @ 48kHz (see notes)Lineage DA-20 MK II > Audiophile 2496 > CD Wave > Sound Forge > flac16Taped by unknownTransferred by Mark Domyancich
April 17, 2010
Thanks for the upload. This is a very nice aud of what IMO was a peak period for this band. Bobby Sheehan is loud in the mix and what he brought to the table for this band is on full display. Outstanding.
The Indian Chant is a great mood setting intro and Whoops begins the rockin psychedelia that continues throughout the set. This set list is right up my alley and includes a Warren cameo on a 17+ minute Crystal Flame. Wow!
You can't really ask for more from an amphitheater aud. Good mix, good levels, excellent performance. These really were the days. $13.50 got a lawn ticket to a full day of great music with sets by Big Head Todd and the Allmans as well.
The smokin' Big Head Todd set is also available here at the Archive:
Thanks to the tapers!